InvestorFlow enters European market with new London office

by Matthias Plötz 29 June 2023

InvestorFlow, a provider of investor portals and CRM, has opened an office in London and appointed Richard Davies as vice-president, head of European operations.

Davies joined the company from BlackRock where over the course of three years he held roles as vice-president and global programme manager. Prior to his time at the asset manager, he spent seven years at eFront. There he headed up customer services for eFront’s Investment Cafe and supported the company’s scaling and adoption of new processes, as well as the growth of its client success business.

On his appointment, Davies told The Drawdown: “Joining InvestorFlow was a natural choice for me. It is an innovative company that is driving change and creating some of the best tools in the alternatives market, but more than this, InvestorFlow is a dynamic organisation of specialists, problem solvers and industry leaders that make it an exciting organisation to be a part of.

“We are super excited to be opening our first European office, here in London, to support our growing client base and provide a real alternative to the legacy players in this market. Our commitment to grow our footprint and provide a world-class operation is clear; this is the start of something exciting and builds on our already successful operations in North America.

“Europe is calling for InvestorFlow and we are here to deliver the leading investor experience applications for asset and investment managers.”

“We are thrilled to have Richard join our team and lead our European operations,” commented Todd Glasson, CEO and founder of InvestorFlow. “We believe there is an enormous opportunity to bring InvestorFlow to the European market. There are over 30,000 private equity professionals in London alone who could benefit from our solutions.”

Glasson added: “Private equity and venture capital have a long and storied history in London. We are excited and humbled to advance the state of the art. While we have US-domiciled clients with operations in Europe and European investors with access to funds through our portals, we are committed to building our business in London and developing partnerships with European managers. We have localised our products and solutions, and are prepared to support clients throughout Europe.”

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